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Had we nought, had we nought

Author: Nicolaus Ludwig, Graf von Zinzendorf

Zinzendorf, Count Nicolaus Ludwig, the founder of the religious community of Herrnhut and the apostle of the United Brethren, was born at Dresden May 26, 1700. It is not often that noble blood and worldly wealth are allied with true piety and missionary zeal. Such, however, was the case with Count Zinzendorf. Spener, the father of Pietism, was his godfather; and Franke, the founder of the famous Orphan House, in Halle, was for several years his tutor. In 1731 Zinzendorf resigned all public duties and devoted himself to missionary work. He traveled extensively on the Continent, in Great Britain, and in America, preaching "Christ, and him crucified," and organizing societies of Moravian brethren. John Wesley is said to have been under obligat… Go to person page >

Translator: William Okely

William Okely was born in Bedford, England on January 25, 1762. He was the son of Francis Okely. He attended school in Niesky, German and seminary in Barby, Germany. He taught in Christiansfeld, Denmark and Fulneck, England. He then went on to study medicine and philosophy in Edinburgh and he was a doctor in Northampton. He requested to rejoin the Moravian Church and became a deacon in 1802. In 1812 he was ordained as a Presbyter and he served congregations in both Ireland and England. He died July 9, 1830. Dianne Shapiro, from email sent by Dave Blum, Moravian Music Foundation Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Had we nought, had we nought
Author: Nicolaus Ludwig, Graf von Zinzendorf
Translator: William Okely

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A Collection of Hymns for the Use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren. (New and Rev. ed.) #1189Page Scan
A Collection of Hymns for the Use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren. Rev. ed. #d203
A Collection of Hymns, for the Use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren. New and Revised ed. #1132Page Scan
Hymnal and Liturgies of the Moravian Church #749Page Scan
Offices of Worship and Hymns: with tunes, 3rd ed., revised and enlarged #720Page Scan
The Liturgy and Hymns of the American Province of the Unitas Fratrum #874Page Scan
The Liturgy and the Office of Worship and Hymns of the American Province of the Unitas Fratrum, or the Moravian Church #720Page Scan



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